1 IRISH REPRESENTATIVE PRELATES FOR 1851. Archbishop of Dublin, the Bishops of Cork, Killaloe, and Ossory.

Since the passing of the Act 3rd and 4th of his late Majesty, cap. 37, entitled "An Act to alter and amend the law relating to the temporalities of the Church of Ireland," ten Sees, in compliance with the 32nd section of that act, have been united to others, viz. :-Waterford and Lismore to Cashel and Emly; Killala and chonry to Tuam; Clonfert and Kilmacduagh to Killaloe and Kilfenora; Raphoe to Derry; Leighlin and Ferns to Ossory; Cloyne to Cork and Ross; Kilmore to Elphin and Ardagh; Dromore to Down and Connor; Kildare to Dublin; and Clogher to Armagh.

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Eastern and Western Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward's Island.-Earl of Elgin, Capt.-Gen. and Governor-in-Chief.

Nova Scotia.-Major-Gen. Sir John Harvey, Lieut.-Governor.

New Brunswick.-Sir E. W. Head, Bart., Lieut.-Governor.

Prince Edward's Island.

Daly, Lieut.-Governor. Newfoundland.-Lieut.-Col. Sir J. Gaspard Le Marchant, Gov., and Com.-in-Chief. Falkland Islands.-G. Rennie, Governor and Com.-in-Chief..

Auckland Islands-C. Enderby, Lieut.-Gov. Vancouver Island-Rich. Blanshard, Gov. and Commander-in-Chief.

West India Islands. Jamaica and Dependencies.-Sir Charles Edw. Grey, Bart., Capt.-Gen, and Gov.

Bahama Islands.- J. Gregory, Governor.
Barbadoes, St. Vincent, Grenada, Tobago, &c.
-Col. Sir W. M. G. Colebrooke, Governor.
St. Vincent.-Lieut.-Col. Sir John Camp-
bell, bart., Lieut.-Governor.
Grenada. Ker Baillie Hamilton, Lieut.-

Tobago.-Major Lawrence Græme, Lieut.


Antigua, Montserrat, St. Christopher's, Nevis, the Virgin Isles, and Dominica.R. J. Mackintosh, Governor.

St. Christopher's.—E. H. Drummond Hay, Lieut.-Governor.

St.Lucia.-C. H. Darling, Lieut.-Governor. Dominica.-Lieut.-Colonel G. M'Donald, Lieut.-Governor.

Trinidad.-Lord Harris, Governor.
Bermuda.-Capt. Chas. Elliott, R. N., Gov.
British Guiana (Demerara, Essequibo, and
Berbice).-Henry Barkly, Governor.
Honduras.-Col. Fancourt, Superintendent

Cape of Good Hope.--Major-Gen. Sir Henry
G. W.Smith,bart., Gov.and Com.-in-Chief.
Eastern Division of Cape of Good Hope.-
H. E. F. Young, Lieut.-Governor.
Natal, South Africa. B. C. C. Pine,

Mauritius.-Jas, Macaulay Higginson, Gov.

Sierra Leone.-Norman Wm. Macdonald, Capt.-Gen. and Governor-in-Chief. Gambia.-R. Graves M'Donnel, Gov. and Commander-in-Chief.

Gold Coast (settlements on the).-Sir W. Winniett, Com. R. N., Gov.. andCom-in-Chief. St. Helena. (vacant), Governor.


Bengal. Lieut.-Gen. Rt. Hon. Earl of Dal-
housie, Com.-in-Chief, Gov.-Gen. of India.
Madras. Sir Henry Pottinger, bart. Gov.
Bombay.-Viscount Falkland, Gov.
Ceylon. Sir G. W. Anderson, Gov.
Hong-Kong. -Samuel George Bonham,
Governor and Superintendent of Trade.
Aden. Capt. Haines.

Labuan Sir James Brooke, Governor.

New South Wales. Sir Chas. Augustus
Fitzroy, Governor.
Van Diemen's Land.-Wm. T. Dennison,


Western Australia (Swan River).—Comm. Charles Fitzgerald, R. N., Governor. Southern Australia. -Sir H. F. Young, Lieut.-Governor.

North Australia.-G. Barney, Lieut.-Gov. New Zealand.-Geo. Gray, Gov.-in-Chief.

Governor-Henry James Prescott.
Deputy-Thomson Hankey, Jun.
Directors-Henry Hulse Berens, Arthur
Edward Campbell, Edward Henry Chap-
man, Robt. Wigram Crawford, William
Cotton, Bonamy Dobree, B. Buck Greene,
Chas. P. Grenfell, John O. Hanson, John
Benj. Heath, Kirkman Daniel Hodgson,
Henry L. Holland, John Gellibrand Hub-
bard, Thomas N. Hunt, Charles Fred.
Huth, Alfred Latham, Jas. Malcolmson,
Jas. Morris, Sheffield Neave, Geo. Warde
Norman, John Horsley Palmer, Sir John
H. Pelly, Bart., Ald. Wm. Thompson,
Thomas Tooke, jun.
Secretary-John Knight.
Deputy-Secretary-John Bentley.


Birmingham - Bristol-Hull - Leeds Leicester Liverpool Manchester Newcastle-upon-Tyne Norwich-Plymouth-Portsmouth--Swansea.


Six Directors go out by rotation every year. The figure prefixed denotes the number of years they have each to serve.


Chairman-2 John Shepherd.
Dep. Chairman--3 Sir J. W. Hogg, Bt., M.P.
2 Henry Alexander, 1 Wm. Butterworth
Bayley, 3 Sir Robt. Campbell, Bt.,2 Maj.-
Gen. James Caulfeild, 2 Wm. Joseph
Eastwick, 1 Russell Ellice, 1 Sir Richard

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Barnett, Hoare, & Co., 62, Lombard-st. Bauer (A.) and Co., 113, Leadenhall-st. Biggerstaff, W. and J. 8, West Smithfield Bosanquet, Franks, and Whatman, 73, Lombard-street

Bouverie, Norman, and Murdoch, 11, Haymarket

Brown, Janson, & Co., 32, Abchurch-lane Call (Sir W. P. Bart.), Marten and Co., 25, Old Bond-street

Child and Co., 1, Fleet-street

Cocks, Biddulph, and Co., 43, Charing Cross

Colonial Bank, 13, Bishopsgate Within Commercial Bank of London, Lothbury,

and 6, Henrietta-street, Covent Garden. Coutts and Co., 59, Strand Cunliffes, Brooks, Cunliffe, and Co., 24,


Cunliffe, Roger, 24, Bucklersbury
Curries and Co., 29, Cornhill
Davies, R. and Co., 187, Shoreditch
Denison, Heywood, Kennard, and Co., 4,

[lane Dixon, Brooks, and Dixon, 25, ChanceryDrewett and Fowler, 4, Princes-st., Bank Drummond, Messrs., 49, Charing Cross Feltham, John and Co., 42, Lombard-st. Fullers and Co., 65, Moorgate-street

Glyn, Hallifax, Mills, and Co., 67, Lombard-street

Goslings and Sharpe, 19, Fleet-street Hanburys, Taylor, and Lloyd, 60, Lombard-street

Hankey and Co., 7, Fenchurch-street Herries, Farquhar, and Co., 16, St. James's


Hill, Chas., and Sons, 17, West Smithfield
Hoare, Messrs., 37, Fleet-street
Hopkinson, Chas., and Co., 3, Regent-st.
Ionian Bank, 6, Great Winchester-street
Johnston, H., J. and Co., 15, Gt. Bush-lane
Jones, Loyd, and Co., 43, Lothbury
Kirkpatrick and Co., 29, Gracechurch-

London and County Bank, 71, Lombard-st. London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury; 1, St. James-sq.; 3, Wellington-st., Bo

* The alterations in the Bank Direction, and in that of the East India Company, take place in April.

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Rogers, Olding, and Co., 29, Clement'slane, Lombard-street

Royal British Bank, Tokenhouse-yard Sapte, Muspratt, Banbury, and Co., 77, Lombard-street

Scott (Sir Samuel, Bart.), and Co., 1, Cavendish-square

Shank, John, 76, West Smithfield
Smith, Payne, and Smiths, 1, Lombard-st.
Smithfield Agency, and Banking Com-
pany, 59, West Smithfield
South Australian, 54, Old Broad-st.
Spooner, Attwoods, and Co., 27, Grace-

Stevenson, Salt, and Sons, 20, Lombard-st.
Strahan, Paul (Sir J. D. Bart.), Paul
(J. D.), and Bates, 217, Strand
Stride, J. and W. S., 41, West Smithfield
Tisdall, T. G. 15, West Smithfield
Twining, Richard, and Co., 215, Strand
Union Bank of Australia, 38, Old Broad-st,
Union Bank of London, 2, Princes-street,
Bank; Argyll-place, Regent-street; and
4, Pall Mall East

Williams, Deacon, Labouchere, Thornton, and Co., 30, Birchin-lane

Willis, Percival, and Co., 76, Lombard-st.


Atkinson, John, Ely Place, Dublin
Barron and Smith, 4, Upper Charles-st.,

Sir E. R. Borough, Armit, and Co., Leinster-street, Dublin

Cane, Rich. & Co., Dawson-st., Dublin
Codd, Messrs., 15, Fludyer-street
Collyer, Geo., 9, Park-place, St. James's
Cox and Co., Craig's-court, Charing Cross
Downes, Charles, 14, Warwick-street,
Charing Cross

Hopkinson and Co., 3, Regent-street,

Kirkland, Sir John, 80, Pall Mall
Lawrie, John, 10, Charles-street, St.

Price and Son, 34, Craven-st., Strand
Stoddart and M'Grigor, 17, Charles-street,
St. James's-square

Watson, W. F., Charlotte-st., Portland-pl.


Barwis, W. H. B., 1, New Boswell-court,

Burnett and Wynne,, 22, Surrey-st., Strand
Case and Loudonsack, James-st., Adelphi
Chard, W. & E., 3, Clifford's Inn, Fleet-st.
Chippendale, John, 10,John-street, Adelphi
Collier and Snee, 6, New Inn, Strand
Cox and Son, (for Royal Marines, 44,

Dufaur, Fred., 13, Clement's Inn, Strand
Goode and Lawrance, 15, Surrey-street,

Halford and Co., 41, Norfolk-st., Strand
Hallet, Robinson, & Co., 14, Great George-st.
Hinxman, J., 34, Soho-square

Holmes and Folkard, 3, Lyon's Inn, Strand
Muspratt, John P., 23, Abchurch-lane
Ommanney, Son, & Co., 39, Charing Cross
Slade, Wm., 21, Cecil-street, Strand
Smith, Jos., 12, Marshall-st., Golden-sq.
Stilwell, J. G. & T., Arundel-st., Strand
Woodhead, Joseph, 1, James-st., Adelphi

There are also Agents for Petty Officers and Seamen, who are licensed for a period of three years, for whose addresses see the Navy List.

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St. Alban Hall, Rev. Lewis Sneyd,
M.A., Warden of All Souls Coll.,
Rev. H. Wellesley, D.D., Principal
of New Inn Hall

Curators of the Taylor Institution.-
The Vice-Chancellor; the Proctors;
the Regius Professor of Modern
History; Benj. P. Symons, D.D.,
Warden of Wadham; R. B. Mar-
sham, D.C.L., Warden of Merton;
Rev. F. Jeune, D.C.L., Master of
Pembroke; R. Hussey, B.D.,. Reg.
Prof. of Ecclesiastical History,
Christ's Church; J. Smith, B.D.,
Fellow of Trinity.
Assessor.-John Robert Kenyon,
D.C.L., All Souls College......
Colleges and Halls, and present
Heads of Colleges.



University, Frederick Charles Plumptre, 1).D., Master..

1836 1819

Balliol, R. Jenkyns, D.D., Master
Merton, R. Marsham, D. C. L., Warden 1826
Exeter, J. L. Richards, D.D., Rector 1838
Oriel, Ed.v. Hawkins, D.D., Provost 1828
Queen's, John Fox, D.D., Provost .. 1827
College, David


D.C.L., Warden
Lincoln Coll., J. Radford, D. D., Rector 1834
All Souls, L. Sneyd, M.A., Warden 1827
Magdalen, M. J. Routh, D.D., Pres.. 1791
Brasenose, R. Harington, D.D.,

Corpus Christi, James Norris, D.D.,.

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Reg. Eccl. Hist.-Roht. Hussey, B.D. 1842
Reg.Mod. Hist.-H. H. Vaughan, M. A. 1848
Reg. Bot.-C. G. B. Daubeny, M.D.. 1834
Margaret Divinity-G.Faussett, D.D. 1827
Saville's Astron.-William Fishburn
Donkin, M.A., University Col.
Radcliffe Observer.-Manuel John
Johnson, M.A., Magdalen Hall
Saville's Geom.-B. Powell, M. A. 1827
Natural Philosophy.-Rev. G. Leigh
Cooke, B.D., Corpus Christi Col.. 1810
Moral Philosophy.-Rev.J. Matthias
Wilson, M.A., Corpus Christi Col. 1846
Camden's H st.-Edw.Cardwell,D.D.
Principal of St. Alban Hall..
Laud's Arabic.-Stephen Reay, B.D,
St. Alban Hall..
Lord Almoner's Arabic.-J. D. Mac-
bride, D.C.L.




Experimental Philosophy.-Rev. R.
Walker, M.A., Wadham College. 1839
Lee's Anatomy.-Henry Wentworth
Acland, M.D., Christ Church
Poetry. Rev. J. Garbett, M.A., Bra-






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Christ Church, Thos. Gaisford, D.D., Regius Professor of Greek, Dean. 1831 Trinity, J. Wilson, D.D., President. 1850 St. John's, Philip Wynter, D.D., President

Anglo-Saxon.-J. Earle, M. A., Oriel 1849 Aldrich's Anatomy.-John Kidd, M.D. Christ Church

1828 Jesus, Hen. Foulkes, D.D., Principal 1817 Wadham, B.P., Symons, D.D., ViceChancellor


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1822 Aldrich's Medicine.-J.A.Ogle, M.D. 1824 Aldrich's Chemistry.-C. G. B. Daubeny, M.D.



Mineralogy. Rev. W. Buckland,


St. Mary Hall, Rev. Philip Bliss, D.C.L., Principal

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Political Economy.

N. W. Senior,

Magdalene Hall, J. D. Macbride,

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D.C.L., Principal


New-Inn Hall, H. Wellesley, D.D.,

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St. Alban Hall, Edward Cardwell, D.D. 1831
St. Edmund Hall, Willm. Thompson,
D.D., Principal
Sen.Proctor.-Rev. G. Marshall, M. A.,
Student & Censor of Christ Church. 1850
Junior Proctor.-Rev. W. G. Hen-

derson, M. A., Fellow of Mag.Coll. 1850 Examiners in Literis Humanioribus. -Rev. H. B. Wilson, B. D., Fellow of St. John's Coll; Rev. B. Jowett, M.A., Fellow of Balliol College; Rev. J. M. Wilson, B.D., Fellow of Corpus Christi College; Rev. W. Linwood, M. A., Student of Ch. Ch. Examiners in Disciplinis Mathematicis et Physicis. Rev. Robt. Walker, M.A., Wadham College; Rev. S.G. Wayte, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College; Rev. G. H. Sacheverell Johnson, M.A., Fellow of Queen's College.

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Boden Professor of Sanscrit.-Horace Hayman Wilson, M.A., Exeter Reader in Logic.-Rev. Hen. Wall, M.A., Vice-Principal of St. Alban Hall



Professor of Music.-Sir H. R. Bishop, Knt., B. Mus.


Choragus-S. Elvey, D. Mus.


Dean Ireland's Exegesis of Holy Scripture-Edwd. Hawkins, D.D., Provost of Oriel College


Radcliffe Lib.-J. Kidd, M.D., F.L.S. 1834
University Counsel.-Richard Bethell,
M.A., Q.C.

Solicitor-Baker Morrell.

Coroner.-G.V. Cox, M. A., Superior Bedel of Medicine and Arts

Proctors of the University Court.- Rev.
L. E. Judge, M. A., Merton College, Wm.
Scoltock, M.A., Christ Church.
Organist.-S. Elvey, D. Mus.
Divinity Clerk.-John Pater
BailifWilliam Perkins

Marshal.-Thos. Blakeman Brown
Registrar.-P. Bliss, D.C.L., Princ.
of St. Mary's Hall


Esquire Bedels.-H. Forster, M.A., G.V. Cox, M.A., and W. W. Harrison, B. A. Yeomen Bedels.-Hen. Smith Harper, Jas. Philip Shepperd, and John Pillinger. Clerk of the Schools. W. Sims; Verger, Moses Holliday.

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Colleges and Halls, and present Heads of Colleges.

St. Peter's, Rev. H. W. Cookson, D.D.,


Master Clare-Hall, W. Webb, D.D., F.L. S. Master Pembroke, G. Ainslie, D.D., Master 1828 Gonville and Caius, Benedict Chapman, M.A., Master.. Trin. Hall, Right Hon. Sir Herbert Jenner Fust, LL.D., Master.. 1843 CorpusChristi, J.Pulling, B.D., Master 1850 King's, R. Okes, D.D., Provost .... 1850 Queen's, Jos. King, LL.D., President 1832 Catherine Hall, H. Philpott, D.D., Master 1846 Jesus, Geo. E. Corrie, B.D., Master 1849 Christ's, James Cartmell, D.D., Master


St. John's, Ralph Tatham, D.D..... 1839
Magdalene, Hon. G. N. Grenville,
M.A., Master
Trinity, Wm. Whewell, B.D., Master 1841
Emmanuel, G. Archdall, D.D.
Sidney Sussex, R. Phelps, D.D.,

Lowndes's Astron.-G.Peacock, D.D.,
F.R.S., Trinity..

Anatomy.-W. Clark, M.D., Trinity 1817
Modern History.-Rt. Hon. Sir Jas.
Stephen, LL.D., Trin. Hall.... 1849
Chemistry.-J.Cumming, M. A.,F.R.S.



Botany.-J.S. Henslow, M. A.,St. John's 1825 Woodwardian.-A. Sedgwick, B.D., F.R.S., Trinity.





Lady Margaret's Preacher.-J. Hy. mers, D.D., F.R.S., John's.. Norrisian Professor.-George Elwes Corric, B.D., Catherine Hall



Jacksonian Profess.-Robert Willis, M.A., F.R.S., Caius


Common Law.-Andw. Amos, M. A., Downing




Downing, Thomas Worsley, M.A... 1836 Senior Proctor.-Arthur Thacker, M.A., Trinity

Jun. Proctor.-John Fenwick, M.A., Corpus Christi

Political Econ.-G. Pryme, M.A.
Medicine.-W. W. Fisher, M.D., 1844


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